With Joey Gatewood joining the fold, one of Kentucky’s backup quarterbacks may be leaving the program. Preferred walk-on Kolbe Langhi, a native of Hopkinsville, has entered the transfer portal according to Chris Jung.
It appears that Kentucky QB Kolbe Langhi has placed himself in the transfer portal. Surely there’s a spot where the 6-foot-6 Christian County southpaw can land and thrive. Great kid who will be an asset. pic.twitter.com/JlRRKot39p
— Chris Jung (@iamchrisjung) December 11, 2019
Langhi committed to Kentucky in February 2018. He is Christian County’s all-time leading passer with 9,002 career yards and 101 total touchdowns. As a three-star recruit, he drew interest from Vanderbilt, UofL, and even Lane Kiffin, then Alabama’s offensive coordinator, before accepting a preferred walk-on spot from the Kentucky coaching staff.
With Terry Wilson, Joey Gatewood, Sawyer Smith, Amani Gilmore, Nik Scalzo, Walker Wood, Keegan Sullivan, and Patrick Delahunty all on next year’s roster, this move makes total sense for Langhi. Best of luck to him moving forward.